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right now cooling off. 48 degrees in santa rosa, mid 50s san francisco and mid 40s wall net creek and 47 right now in livermore. we have partly cloudy skies out there, seeing a few high clouds roll in, drifts from this low pressure center, i should say trough right here that will actually bring us some rain. it's been about a week and half. we've been dry for sometime but we'll see the changes move in and it will be early as wednesday morning. let me pick it up here at this hour. you can see the high clouds over the bay area. they will be gone tomorrow morning. we'll wake up with high clouds and temperatures very similar to where we've been. so it will be another chilly start. tuesday afternoon we begin to see the clouds increase and then by wednesday morning looks like the morning drive is going to be mainly dry. but as we get into the 9:00, 10:00-hour it's moving into the north edge of the county. it wants to stay north. you can see we're into wednesday evening and this system exiting the area. so a few sprinkles expected, perhaps traces over the south bay, the north bay will see measu
are within this tarker shade, that means 20s once again from santa rosa, san rafael, napa, and into the south bay. san jose south into morgan hill, as well as gillroy expected to see 20s once again. when i come back, we'll show you a detailed look at the numbers expected for your neighborhood as you get out tomorrow morning, and i'm tracking a warmup. when we will see some reliever coming up. >> and stay with rosemary and all of our ktvu meteorologists. you'll find their updated forecasts on-line. >> an interim police chief appointed today just days before san jose's current chief is set to retire. jerry esquivel is taking over the department during the interim. chief chris moore is set to step down at to the end of the week. there is more time needed to finish the search for the successor. they want to make sure that the next chief is the right fit for san jose. >>> new video of a shooting in east oakland that sent one person to the hospital. police say a man was found suffering from gunshot wounds just before 8:00 tonight on sunkist drive floor core mack avenue. we are told she was shot in
out toward santa rosa. napa right now, san francisco holding on to the lower 50s right around 62 degrees. first thing saturday morning, definitely want to bundle up in the upper 20s to 30 degrees. fair skies and patchy dense fog. especially in the valley that could impact your visibility. 30s and 40s at 7:00. look what happens into the afternoon a nice recovery. back up into the 50s to the low to mid-60s coming up we'll take a detailed look at the forecast high in your neighborhood. also when we could be tracking shower chances in your five day forecast. >>> we knew it was coming, the severe flu that spread across the u.s. has arrived here in california. health officials said today flu cases in the state have reached a widespread level. the state's number of outpatient visits and hospitalizations for flu is higher than normal for this time of year that could mean an early start to the california flu season or a sign that this year's flu could be more severe than usual. so far five californians californians under the age of five have died from the flu. >>> coming up, what there is
rosa 63. napa got up to 63. 64 64degrees in san jose. these temperatures 20 degrees warmer than they were. temperatures have been on the increase. look for temperatures to be very cold in the inland bay valleys. current temperature in santa rosa 48. 37 at napa right now. you'll be down near freezing. frost in the morning, freezing conditions again. some icy roadways and patchy valley fog in the inland bay valley then the bay. cold start tomorrow. but you got the picture that things are warming up. when we come back we will show you how warm things are getting tomorrow. we'll see you back here. >>> it was a flash of light in the predawn sky that woke many people up this morning. an astronomer said it was a fire ball. this photo was sent to us by a ktvu viewer who says she saw the fire ball. some people say it was the biggest shooting star they've ever seen. it was visible across northern california and as far away as nevada. >>> you know him as the panda. the condition that has pablo sandoval hospitalized tonight. >>> plus the new tool to help you better understand just how safe
state campus in santa rosa last night. deputies say they recognized the volvo from a domestic violence case. they said they saw blood in the car then opened the trunk and found the body. the victim was identified today as the domestic violence suspect 31-year-old sean parker of vallejo. >> this incident that we're invest -- investigating has anything to do with the domestic violence incident. >>> new information tonight on efforts in san francisco to remind drivers they need to feed the meters on sunday. the mta told ktvu today that they issued 3,800 warnings to drivers who failed to put money in their meters this past sunday. the mta says the warnings will stop on january 27th after that, they'll start writing real parking tickets that will cost you at least $62. >>> california earned a positive rating in an annual survey that was released today. it's a survey that grades highways. the state is significantly advanced when it comes to adopts new highway laws. >>> facebook announced a new feature that will help users make more friends and new discoveries on the networking site. it coul
. temperatures will be cold again. 30degrees tomorrow morning in santa rosa. 30 in napa. 33 in vallejo. freezing temperatures, no advisories, but there will be frost on the windchills. ice on parts of the roadways, and might even be a little bit of fog. tomorrow starts off cool. it warms up in the afternoon a few more degrees. we're heading for a bit of a warming trend. that plays into the surf forecast as well. dangerous suv along the coast. when i come back, the forecast high for the bay area weekend, and i think you'll be impressed with how warm it's going to get. we'll see you back here at 10:45. >>> a spare the air alert that is in effect tonight has now been extended for another 24 hours through tomorrow night at midnight. here's a look at the hazy san francisco skyline this afternoon as seen kirkland. people can lodge a complaint on the bay area air quality website, and those caught violating the ban face fines of $100. >>> 49ers season. at 10:30, how the team's run for the super bowl is fueling big business among artists. >> plus, an suv submerged in a pool. one man's action that saved t
. you'll find it on our web site, ktvu.com. >>> nurses at santa rosa hospital and maintenance workers at petaluma valley hospital took to the picket lines once again today. this is video from their november strike. the employees are at odds with administrators over wages, benefits and contributions to their healthcare plans. both hospitals called in replacement workers and are promising patient care will not be affected by the two-day strike. >>> police in east palo alto are investigating the first homicide of the year. officer say a shot spotter detected up to 17 gunshots about 2:00 this afternoon near ill nois street and purdue avenue. they found a man dead in the back of his home. the homeowner's daughter tells us she just can't believe it. >> i was in shock knowing that a shooting happened at my mom's house and nothing like this has ever happened. >> investigators don't think anyone in the home was involved. no word yet on a motive or suspects. >>> we have new information tonight about a recent wave of violence in oakland. some religious leaders want a state of emergency declared
rosa. 40s around the bay. 37 grows in walnut creek. we have no advisories to talk about when it comes to the cold so that is a good sign. no frost advisories for the bay area, no freeze warnings for the inland spots. notice just a few high clouds coming in this direction. we have an offshore flow that has developed. if i back up the satellite radar, i'll show you where it's coming from. this ridge of high pressure so large, and you can see the circulation right around and coming into the bay area. this offshore flow is going to continue so we're going to be mostly clear. we're going to be chilly again tomorrow morning. we're going to be near freezeing and freezing in some of our colder spots but not as painfully cold as we have been. warmer afternoon and that will translate to warmer overnight low evens chully, as well. we will catch this warming trend and take it with us into thursday and then into the weekend even low to mid 60s in the forecast. gasia mentioned air quality will be an issue for tomorrow so with the clear skies, the cold conditions, we are expecting, you know, the inv
will be nice. watch out for low visibility in some of the inland valleys. santa rosa, could be the case, out toward fairfield and concord. friday morning, high pressure still returning, so with that stable atmosphere that brings the fog back kind of pressing the moisture into the surface. that's what we have in the forecast, at least a few patches tomorrow morning. the storm track gets pushed way to our north. hazy sunshine with no threat of rain. as far as the surf, the major swell developing out in the pacific of the a high surf advisory 10 a.m. saturday until 4:00 sunday. as a result they do have that surf contest for sunday morning at 8:00. . the wave could be topping easily 30 feet. >>> mainly in the upper 50s to lower 60s, not much of a change. could be a little bit warmer, san jose, 65, san mateo, 63. >> your weekend always in view holding things steady into sunday. >>> rolling out new automated tell are machines allow you to withdraw at least $1. the machines with dole out 1 and $5 bills instead of the normal $20 bills. financial experts say it will help banking customers with a low
. the celebrity chef was in his hometown of santa rosa to make a unique donation to a charity. he and his foundation donated the the awesome card to the team club. the club's culinary students will learn how to operate the cart as part of a program. he also donated $5,000 to the group to help remodel its training kitchen. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we'll see you the next time the news breaks. our coverage continue with the 10:00 news. tonight a bay area town overrun with hippi e s. tmz is up next right here on tv 36 [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or why it doesn't have to be an adventure to stick to your new year's budget. because safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. right now, a case of arrowhead water is just $3.33. folgers is $7.99 for the large size. that's a huge deal. rise and shine. simply orange oj is just $2.88. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life.
the bay area, but still a quiet weather pattern remains in place. napa, 40 degrees and santa rosa currently in the 30s. downtown san francisco, there is that 53. san josi in the upper 40s at 47. forecast headlines for tonight, mostly clear skies for sunday and monday. it will be mild for the afternoon hours. we do bring many more clouds by midweek and a dropoff in temperatures. fairfield 28 degrees, santa rosa 29, san josi in the upper 30s, 37. you have to watch out for some patchy fog in the inland valleys for your sunday morning. here we go with the temperature forecast models showing upper 20, 30s and 40s, look at what happened into the afternoon hours. will you see a nice recovery back into the 60s across most of the region. so here is the key headline, it will be warm for your sunday and monday as high pressure remains firmly in control of our weather. offshores winds have been picking up, could be around 15 miles per hour for tomorrow afternoon. there is the range:as far as mavericks the companies for tomorrow metro big contest, pick set up, 15-20. a little bit of a breeze.
20s to the lower 30s, towards santa rosa, napa. fairfield at 29, oak land 38 and san jose start ought in the morning 36 degrees. here we are most areas in the 30s and 40s but a few upper 20s. a nice recovery into the afternoon after mostly sunny skies. the blue contour in the 50s, green contour in the 60s. minor warms as high pressure continuing to strength then the pacific and that will guarantee us a dry weather pattern right on through the weekend. maybe toward the end of the month, we could be talking about shower chances, but still it's way out there, basically the next few days. patchy morning fog, hazy sunshine, and a few more 60s to talk about. of course the surf building into the weekend, you've already heard about the maverick surf contest officially announced for sunday. the projection into saturday and sunday, could easily be approaching 15 to 20 feet but closer to the tournament, they could top 30 feet heading into sunday morning. temperatures for tomorrow, upper 50s to lower 60s for afternoon highs. san jose will go 63, san mateo 61, and livermore will go with 60. your f
- to upper 40s near fairfield, napa, santa rosa. san jose in the upper 40s at 48 degrees. for tonight mostly clear skies. your monday mostly sunny and mild. your martin luther king junior day. for wednesday, wednesday clouds and we will drop off those temperatures and the latest forecast model increasing fog chances. san francisco 43 and san jose 36 degrees. a quick look at the public inauguration forecast for washington, d.c. you can see the cloud cover on the increase first thing tomorrow morning. there's a slight chance of some rain or snow by mid- to late afternoon but the bulk of the activity mainly out to the west. temperatures for afternoon highs mainly in the mid- to low 40s. we had lots of clear skies. high pressure is still in full command of our weather. mostly clear skies. we're going to hold on to that easterly flow. tuesday a few clouds into late afternoon. here's the next system, definitely a chance for rain. this has a chance of a few sprinkles. the next forecast bumping up those chances. into wednesday more cloud cover, this particular forecast not so aggressive with the rai
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